September 8, 2009
A ‘please forgive me, I can’t stop loving you’! Anything short is less than the energy to unleash itself into a complete frenzy of endless passion, that when nurtured, is a forever ‘self renewing of love’ beyond all moments of whatever comes. No matter what one says about love, it’s always a ‘stranger’ and yet a breath of protection that churns the heart beyond all thoughts of possibility. Nothing ever becomes broken as that love always rests within waiting for any second of it’s shinning.
It’s more than words that show what one needs to have. It’s a deep sense of a new self that radiates wherever one goes – through fog, starless nights, winters freight, and always the suns shinning. Going back or forward the essence of the fruits of commitment are like a shadow that follows in a protective way while something inside is never the same but ‘enlightened’ with a ‘divine sense of romance’.
Aging always ends up into the ‘now’ that seeks the precious experience and memory of loves lightening. Nothing is the same as it once was as it’s a ‘goodbye’ to all wantings that rush into ‘love’s commitments’. Keeping the faith of love, sparks the ‘wonderment of being alive’ that never ceases to exist. Never a need to look back but at the waiting imprint of what the totalness of commitment provides secretly, always ready to rise and nurture the moment. ‘Missed love’ is an opportunity to keep the heart open even if it means finding it within the mysteries of nature, unexpected sightings of joy or, just for discovering it within you!
The silence of love’s truth, seemingly hidden from all searches, is always in the deafening whispers of the open heart that fills the mind with the scent of truth. “Sometimes when we find ourselves fearful, insecure, worried, or believing in scarcity, we cut off the wonderful flow of energy from the universe. The abundant energy of the universe flows to us in many forms, love, affection, appreciation, material possessions, and friendships to name a few. It is important to keep our consciousness open to receiving all the blessings the universe has for us.” Shakti Gawain
“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so
long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened
for us.” ~Helen Keller